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Electronic Devices: Course Outline (EE-242)

Electronic devices are components for controlling the flow of electrical currents for the purpose of information processing and system control. Prominent examples include transistors and diodes. Electronic devices are usually small and can be grouped toge

Course Outline

Overview: Briefly Introduction of the Course & Semiconductor Basics

Diode: Diode Fundamentals

Diode: Half Wave Rectifier and The Center-Tapped Full Wave Rectifier

Diode: The Bridge Full Wave Rectifier, Capacitor Filter, Clippers

Diode: Clippers, Clampers & Voltage Multipliers

Diode: Zener Diodes & Applications

Diode: Different Types of Diodes

BJTs: Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) Operations

Diode: Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) Applications

BJTs: Transistor Bias Circuits

BJTs: Different Biasing Methods

FETs: Field-Effect Transistor (FET) Operations

FETs: JFET Biasing

FETs: The Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor 

FETs: Amplifier Fundamentals


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